I am attempting Project 365, taking a photo a day every day for 365 days a year.
I fell in love with a teapot, but it is a very special teapot inspired by Alice in Wonderland and only £7 in Asda.
Wakefield held a classic car show in the centre of the city, but it was the arrival of the Stormtroopers that caught the attention. It doesn't matter that you know, really, they're just people in fancy dress, they can still cause a thrill of fear.
Just one week to go before the SATS, so Bank Holiday Monday evening is the perfect time to do the revision homework that you've been ignoring all weekend. Of course it is, especially when it takes you three times longer than you thought it would.
My latest photographic obsession is street photography, specialising in back of the head shots because I'm too shy to ask, and too worried someone will take offence
I went to see the Disobedient Bodies exhibition, curated by JW Anderson, at The Hepworth, Wakefield (more of that in another post) but this person sat in contemplation outside the gallery caught my eye. I told you I had a bit of a thing about back of the head photographs,
Thursday was a baking day and my first attempt at a cherry and almond loaf which was a success, hurrah. I also made an old favourite, date and walnut, just in case the cherry and almond loaf was a disaster.
A Thursday night sunset because there can never be enough glorious sunsets.
Make-up obsessed 21 year old Daughter 2 has made her own pressed glitter pigments that can be used on eyes, lips and cheeks. They're absolutely gorgeous, feel like a creamy mousse and give a sensational sparkle. You can even message her to order your own from here